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Fr the rapid Car f
COUCH'S, COLDS, COARSENESS,
CROIP, ASTDJIA, AISD
I'aoy yea'Sflf trial. iwu ul impairm th BnWIo exiefl-
denct to this mrdie nt, ha won for ll appreciating end
n.Ktmeiv ny mr id mom renRtiine ipneiuiant 01
t trionJ). Njthin Ml iU tutranaio irroes and lh tramls-
taktb' benefit erniterrel on thoound nf soIWrrrs, coold
origin' and n.aintaiu lb repu's'ina It employ. Wtail
many larVrli remedie thrust ormn the community, bar
failed and be-rt dueirM, this hw triced friends by ery
trial, criferred hemls un the t.13 etel they ean never forgeti
and proJuoed cure too Lameruiu and too rteaaraabl to b
ft bile It L a fraud on the rubllc n rrettnd that any one
mtdlclne will Infallibly oure Kill there it abundant proof
that tne ciierrr rectors! noe nnt on' a a (eaerai tblng, bat
laut invariable cure tb BaladiM lot which It It mnleyed.
As tine makes three fael wider and better known, thi
metiicine bu (radoally t-eoome the bait reltano of the min
ed, from the !; eahia of tb Amertoaa Peaant, to tha Pal
ace! of Kuroeao Kibis. Tliroacbnat tbn entlr oonntry. Id
crery titut, city, and indeed alnort every hamlet It contain!,
C'jcrry Pvetoral it knows aa tb beat remedy eitant fur die
owe of tb throat aud leers, aad Id mane forei countries,
It li cmirif to be rzteoirlTly ue-d by their moat Intallia-ent
. I ' 1 ,1 n . n 1 i
1 aymciane. in ureal nniain, rrane ana ujmany, wner
In metlieat sciences bae reached their hisheel perfection.
Cherry PeoMral ii intrndnoed. and In emwtant ax In the
Ammo, linaiiilals, Aim Hueses, ratine Institution, and la
ili'Dxaii praetloe, a lb ur-t rtiurdy tbeir attending Phy
(leiao can employ f. tb mora aecferou affection of the
long. Also la milder eases, and l o.lilJren it is ', plea
a it and fj -etoal to oure. lu lae'. aooi of ihe moft 8tt ring
toftiranniali wanttlr bam beea from parent who bar fuoud
ti rfficciuiu In ewes partic ilarly tnciri-ntal In childhood.
Ihe CSerrr l'e'toral l aiannfeoturcd by a practical Ciem-
I t, and erere ouros of it rdr hi ova eye. with lovariahl
a e iracy and ear. It I l d and protect! by law from
cutiterfriui, ouEaeqaeotl; otn be raUcd oo a genuine without
I i uratioa.
V hare enJearoed bn to farnl-h itt moiuniiy with a
msdiein of tnch imrini mpeiivrii; abd worth a ibou'd
0 irmend itself to tbdr corln.-e- a rtmrdy at orce safe.
s.e-U an t iffuetual. which thii bw by repeated and countless
trie's proTcd :Ucll to be; axti itt by gust e ire iu prepar
ing it with eOTical aeouratir, uf oilforai ttren(;ih, to sITord
l'jyiie'.aru new S? nt oa hica t) y tan rly for the best
rem O, ard the R1 .-ti-1 wilharemcdy that wul do lor them
all br.t me-! e:nc enn do
r.vpkred atd io'.I by Jeraei C Aytr, r.::ifl end Analy
tical :icnii'., I. won,
ftr S-'U by L. 'I' Erlttlrgbstn & ?rj., Haoni.ial ; Kir ht
le) ACrstrik-nNcw Loi.d a ; T e.Tonibnll il'o., r'rsak-r-M
: t: ifl .'d, I)vi . Co. ClnkTiile: Frsncc. ultca 4.
Warren, e- L uis, and y I fsttl t jahcns.-OX
LOOK. AMJ aTA'UU.NhKV IIUU6E,
Commercial Kow, Hannibal, Mo.
To Conu'.ry ?!rrthaiit; and Dtatas Generally.
U. K. GAKMAN.
"ITfOULD invite nil purchaser or Bot't, to
II call ttrtJ examine In Stock, whit-h i litre
and complete as nny in Jh Western Coua
try. 11a keeps constantly on h.irul, in
largo quantities, 5ch,Qol Books, of every
kind now in use Also a full stock of Mis
cellaneous and Medical Books, Stationery,
Paper, Blank Hooks, Quills, Ink, Tens,
Slates, &c. Together with a fine assort
nveat of Elegant Fancy Stationery, such
as has never before beec offered in the
All of which will be sold verv low.
D. K. GAlfMAN,
Wholesale Bookseller and Stationer,
Commercial How, Hannibal, Mo.
Hannibal, July 19, lS53:-dCm
NEW MUSIC BOOKS!!
JUST arrived, the Choir Melodies, the Dulcimer, the
Cannin sarred, Mason' Sacrad Harp, Christian
Melodies: tb Chtistian Ptalmiat, numeral. Alto
variety of Psalms and Hymns. '
For sale at D. K. GARMAN'S
(auglOJll) KEW BOOK STORE.
HOUGIIT BEFORE THE RISE.
THE LAFGEST and tha greatest assortment
of poods ever brought to Hannibal, just now
received, and will b told, certain. The sub
scriber would particularly call the attention of
hi woboleaale customers to tnii uct, anu an
persons coining to Hannibal to purchase pood
will rind it ereally to their dvantp;e to call on
apr22-d-lf. T. R. SELMES.
Tioneer Wom n i f lh West. Dy Mrs. FJIett ;
Jxfy and lonelr. by Martha Mcintosh
Prcam Life, by Caraline Oebor ;
Th Tell Tale, by Trusta
" Sunny Side, by Trusta :
Peep at Number Five, by Trust ;
CeiS Irorn the Sacred Min, by Tbo' Wyall
For aaie at Ui New Book Br. by
jT14wtf D- K. GARMAN.
Just received, a superior Lot of Sugar
Cured Hams. For ut low by
jyl5d4.w'Jw T. R. SELMES.
New Scientific. HnriV.
TRANTWINK ON IJAir.ROAD CURVES. The
Field Hrerlire of lavinsj o.it Circular Curve.
EM.KT ON THK Mississippi AND OHIO HIV-
mo uie l iacncauiiity ol Improving the IWvi-
RELIGION AND GF.or.OGV, by frof. Hitchcoclcj
a rfw nnrh rti inrininc iu'ernt.
STODARDS READY HKCKOXER.
NINKVAH A NO ITS REMAIN.; byTarartl.
Alio TRAVELS IN HGYPT AND PALESTINE;
HPIV U'.irL' hi .1 Tlimni..,. M II
For sle at the new Iluok Siore in Cnmtr.ercial Row.
juiy i:j;i U.K. GARMAN
Cheapest and Best Writing Ink.
LT. bkiTriXGIf AM & RRO. aid now itunti
e fnclurirc Rlat k Wriliiig Ink of a superior nuali.
ty, whicli tliey si ll eiy rhr llnrty cents iloien
canes, or live wi'ii a putt, rveel pus may be Irfl
stanuinr; iu misinK any len n vi nine Mtlhout conu
P. S At wholesale, li..y v. ill sell it at $10 a b.tr
The Arrena mill
TS now In full operation, and M ill buy all tlie Oooi
Wheat and Coin oir.Tp.l for jale at their Mill. We
keep on baud the bent ailicle of Superfine Family
Flour for tale, or we w ill excliangj Flour lor Wheal.
w win aiwnv sen as tour or town niuu (juincy
Flour ean be hail ol' Ihe amne quality.
CJCall and examine for vnurn If'.
A. S. KOHARDS St SON.
Hannibal, June S, ItjJ-tf
Fashionable and Staple Mats and Caps,
IWOOLn rail th attention of the Trade snd of oirrchaats
from lh country, loalart asfonmenl of suoerior Mole-
shins of dtnVrent quslltlce, anil of air own manalsctuiT, and of
ine isivsi styles. Also, m Ucivar, ttttrr, Kusaia an Angola
Kossuth Ilati, llunrrarian do; Concresi
do; Artist do; Union Hats; Jenuy Linddo;
Lady tranklin go; Metropolitan and Citi
Of III shove olftirrnt stvlea nf l.ifi tin's In Pur. Wnal
B'Utb snd rnitfotlil Mrn, Huts' anil llifnnls', r'lue smlCosri,
I have a fall stork nf earn kln'a anil uiur. Als On.r, rrsi,
Muikrst an Halt ttenl C'aos. I'lu.li, U'lkair. Drab-lla an
lXt., of all the sjt-w eirlea. ranemt from the innet cosilr lo lh
eeaunoneat antr.lea In ue. For s tie .ow for cash, or In food
iwntiuai cusieaners. van aim see, at
J on nrrKEiis,
sordid I ro IT snd IS llatk. I mcx t. . Loais, Mo
DO.N'T READ THIS!
WE the un.lrrsigtitnl, bavii u tisrd Uilci F. Filley'
Cockintr Stove, Mni ufectutt J ty Filley of SI. Louis.
anil soli! Iiy
C. XV. 15KYAN,
Of naunital, Mo.,
Take rlo.nure in n coinme.'.lii.i; ihi iu to the mihlie si
superinr in point n iliafl, ec'f my of I'm I, roiiveiurnre
:til ease ol regiil.ilion, to ai y Atr-Tiht Cook Move
which we have ever seen urj.
The Cabin nnd l'urlor;
Or, Slaves anil Mtct ; rrtrfilctc iu one Utioilfciruo
olume of 3.iti pasos, by J. lhuriiton Kaiidolph.
Th Christian Observer sri-okine of this work save
it is "Replete with incident of thrilling interest.
Well conceived, ably ii'iraicd, and contain scene of
great dramatic power."
On of the roost interesting books we have ever
ead. A thousand times tin re 'mtliliil than "Uncle
Tom." There will be a uuiiersal rush for it." f At
lanta (Ga.) Republican.
" 1 his is iust the woik for the limes. The incidents
are so thrilling that tha reader's altriilion is fixed slier
the perusal of the first sentence." Marlboro (Md.)
For sale at th New Book Store, by
jyHwtf D. K. GARMAN.
JUST com fiora th F-at, Nw Piano Music, aasooj
which are New Soap, New Waltici, Ns Polkas
ct. Fbi sal at D. K. Girman'
(au(tOJtr) New Book Were.
FIELD'S SCRAP BOOK New Edition,
Literary and Miscellaneous Scrap Book.
CONSISTING of Tales and Anecdotes Biograph
ical, Historical, Parotic, Moral, Religious, and
Sentimenlal Pieces, in Prose and Toetry. Compiled
by William Fields. Second edition, revised and improved.
The Footr.atli and Highway: or.
WANPF.RlNtiS or an American in Gieat Britain,
in 1851 and 'i2. By Ket.iouiin Morsatt. This
volume embodies the observations of the author, made
during eight months wandering, aa a correspondent
for American Journals ; and as be traveled much on
foot, differs essentially from those on the same coun
tries, by other writers.
New Themes for the Protestant Clergy;
(ihhbUS wtluoul Charity, 1 neology without llu
i .-..:.. ...a n ,...,1 .:,u.r.. rf.
uiaiinjr , iiu no'fraiAiiiisiu wnuuui .UI 19liajlll J
with Notes by the Editor on Ihe Literature of Charity,
Population, Pauperism, Political F.conomy, and Pro
testantism. The great question which the boos dis
cusses is, whether Ihe Church of thi age is what Ihe
primitive Church was, and whether i-hnsttans both
pastors aud people are doing their duty. Our author
believes not, and, to our mind, hehaimadeout a strong
case. He think there is abundant room for reform at
the present time, and that it i needed almost as much
as in the days of Lulher.
For tale at the N tV JUNJK. MOKE. jj lSdtf
JOHN S. THOMSON,
TCos. 30 and 32 Second street, near Post Ofliee.
1353. St Louis, Mo. 1853.
11 AS in store and is in receipt of the following desi-
XX. rable stock of Groceries, which is otfersed at the
lowest market rates for prompt pay t
h(i nnus in. u. ami cl'l'd sugar. 300 bbl erf U do.
UK I pkgs M . R. raisins, 3000 drums F.I) figs.
M casks Zante currants, &t fiails dates,
50 rafcs prunes, bO cases do, in (lost.
JIK) bbls S. S. almonds, 23 do H. 3. do,2.1 do,
'IS bbls F.nglish valnuls. S3 do cream nuts.
4000 keL'S nails, 4 to 6d,.ri00 do blud2 and 3d rait.
"(K)do tncedorl,8snd 10, 330 do hrad do, 6, 8 and 10
100 do fiiliingilo,6,S sr.d 10, lOOdo wrought do,
73 do spikes. 4 to 7 in. ISObxs lacks, 4 ( 11 ox do,
fa ) bags coiton ysrn, SOU do dozen do,
1MI on" white ca pet w nrp, 100 do cold do
4O0 D.tles hatliitg. 3m) do candle wick. '
ami do wrnppiiig twine, ,VM bhls mackerel, 1, 13, and
oin. unit iiuin inninLTt'l. oos. I, X anil J,
1( 0 hkls roe hrnitiE, tiiHl tix ealed do,
Ml rks Kng. co.H'ih. 30 do (imml Rank do,
lo00bxscmi.ih, 100 lbs each, 'JO bhls No. 1 salrnor.
Jul cars Baltimore Cove oyaters,
0 rases saidiues. wholes, half and quarters,
30 bhls pecan nuts, 100 haes pea I 'lis,
l0"O bushels dried apples, 3ml do drtud peaches,
60 bx tallow caudles, 900 bxs palm soap,
30 bxs Olcan so.tp, 200 do star candles,
30 bxs sperm candles, 30 dn Castile sonn,
3oo hxs shavitigsosp, 100 eki Boiton salajratus,
3i'0 bxs starch, ilat bhls Wilmiiielon tar,
13 litis lin-ecd oil, t(X) bxs chocolate,
2oo bvs lire ciackeie, SO kegs bar lead,
'00 b.'es ilton shot, IUI do buck slmt.
1 0 reams cap and letter pnper, SikkI do wrapping do,
i'1" ri-ams tea paper, iuii uxs lemon svrup,
liHK)bacsilnirrsalt,10iN)do(. A.do,200do L. R io
600 dux 2-hoop buckets, 200 do 3-hoop do,
100 dox hair buckets, 300 nests p't'd tubs, 34 8 each.
100 dox xinc wah boards, 130 exs clothes pins,
23dnx well-buckets, 300 bxs block malches,
200 hxs Roman matches, 100 bbls oakum,
500 hhls butter and water crackers, 100 do pitch,
lit) bbls rosin, 230 bxs clay pipes, 100 do stone do,
iS cases g'i'd Turk pipe-heads, 23 bbls pearl barl'y,
900 domijolins, I to 3 gallons, 100 cks rice,
10 bbls split peas, 30 bxs British lustre,
100 bxs double, refined salaeratus,
lOcasks Scotch ale, 25 bbli Mason's blacking.
SCO hall bbls city and La. S. H. molasses,
KM) chests b'l green at.d black teas, 41 Ml hxs do do,
lit) tiks golden syiup, 3oc bxs Va. and Mo. tobacco
Hl hxs cut atnok'g tobacco, 100 do cut chewing do
100 bxs yellow bank do, Y"i no rpanish suok'gdo
100 jura Macabny snull. S bbls Scotch do,
30 M regalia cigars. UO Mpiincipedo,
Ml M Havana do, 300 boxes melee do,
200 boxes -Cubaand Havana sixes do,
lot) hhls cider vinegar, 3uO kegs ri tie powder,
3UO kega blasting powder, 100 cases canister da,
i million G. 1). raps, 100 M feet safvlyfuse,
500 bags pepper, 100 do alspice, 10 cases i ulmegs,
UO bblscluvcs. l5lK)m;itlcasia.ai)bbl,gr'd6inger,
S3 bags race ginger, lot) hxs mustard,
30 canisters mustard, SO keg F.nglish do,
3l0 bxs Underw ood's pickles, 3u0 do peppersauce,
HH) hxs tomatoe catsup, lOdo Cayenne pepper,
300 bxs assorted candy, 10 do rocb do,
2nfl hxs assoited ground spices, SOOdox bed coidi,
f00 coils Manilla cordage assor Til,
10 bis llnx sewing twine. 3000 lbs breota twine,
10 cask crop madder, 30 bhls alum,
50 bhls copperas. 23 do nrimstoi.e, 1 ck sulphur,
V bbls chop logwood, 50 bxs extract do,
ltiil cssks catb soda, 5 rks washing do,
10 bbls Epsom salts, i 0 bxs black ink,
2 cases w hite clinlk, 2o bbls w hiting,
3 bbls putty, in bladders, 3 do camphor,
60 kegs saltpetre, 1000 dox yeast-now iters,
15 cases ass'd playing: cards, 300 dox brooms.
10 bbls tanners' oil, SO batkots salad Oil,
200 pockets brown Java codec, 30 bbls Jamaica, o.l
300 bbls N. O. molasses. 600 do city and La. S.U. do
200 bbls loaf, pow'd andcrushed sugar,
1500 bags Rio ceffee, 4(K) bags Laguayra coffee,
300 bbls rectified whisky, 30 do Bourbon do,
100 bbla Monongahela do, 13 do ry do,
100 bbls Am. brandy, 10 do do gin,
100 bxs quart flasks, 300 da pt do, 30 hf pi do,
300 bxs tumblers, ass'd, 30 do glass decanters,
200 bx squat jars, 30 ceroons 8. F. indigo,
5 cases Madras indigo, 1 do Manilla do,
00 bxs w indow glass, 7x to 10x14,
k. r. mttma.
wat. H. PITTi
PITTMAN & BUOTHKU,
Importers and wnolesale ieaiera in
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY-GOODS,
No 97, Main St., ST. XOUIS, MO.
Jun 9, 1853. (j9wlv)
RESPECTFULLY ofTer his service to th
public. lie keep the best quality of raxort,
and keeps them sharp. He will always pay
strict attention to cleanliness and neatness.
He cuts and dresses hair in a style that
never fails to please his customers. As a
knight of the scissors and razor he yields to
none in Hannibal. His charges are reasona
bly low. As he intends to continue fitting
up and improving his establishment, as fast
as his means will allow, he hopes to have
the patronage ot the citizens ot Hannibal
whoso well known chief characteristic
of energy, leads them to desire to see
everything en the progressive march.
Kecollect it is the shop nearest to Hick
man's Stove Store. It is on the west side
of Main street, two doors north of Bird
Flour! Flour! Flour!
1?ARMERS AND MERCHANTS coning to Han
. nibal with the intention of selling wheat and buy.
ine Sour, would do well to call and e us before sell
inr or purchasing elsewhere. Remember th big stone
Mill on Bird, between Main and Third streets. Give
us a call. A. 8. KOBARDS A. SOX.
tT" N. B. Our Flour it sold nowhere else but at th
Mill. Every sack and barrel Ubrandad with ear aan
on it !
juiyl&ir 'A. S. ROBARPS fc EON."
THK INTRODUCTION OF
F I L LEY'S STOVES
Into Nontlicrn Missouri, to nny extent, has been
in the Inst three years since" which time they
have been gradually increasing the manufacture?
and lata ot them ; and although, owing to their
beinir light ntid smooth, and soinetliini' new.
some little difficulty attended the snlo and use
at first, yet by always making Stoves and Cas
tings of the best quality of Scotch Tig and Mis
souri Mountain Iron, they have proved to
withstand lire better than any other Guatimr
made in the. western country. The furr.ai ii
castings and liollow-uare particularly, hnve
been superseded by it, wherever it has been
brought into use, and always given satisfaction.
Having livcU here a ritimbcr of years, nml be
ing permanently located here, purchasers can
rely on our guarantee as to the qualitv of the
article sold by us ; and at to the operation of
our celebrated Prize-Premium Cook Stove, just
read the certificates of those who have used
them, and arc using them now. And another
advantage a purchaser will have in buying a
St. Louis stove of us, he would not onlv ho
getting a stove made of the best material in tho
world, but ho can nt any time get an odd piece
or plate without any charge, by letting us know
that such is wanted, as all our stoves are war
ranted, and, in caso of imperfection, the article
will be promptly made good to the purchaser,
which ho wilt not find the case with Cincinnati.
Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Eastern made Stoves,
as you cannot get any odd Pieces. Even if
they were warranted, it would be imrjossihlc tn
get odd plate from such a distance.
e, the umlcrsigned, having used the St.
Louis Stoves manufactured fcv G. F. Filler, nf
St. Louis, and sold by GARTER W. BRYAN,
at Hannibal, Mo., take pleasure in recommend
ing them to the publio as superior in point of
draft, durability, economy, convenience and
ease of regulation, to any stove which wo have
T R Stilme
John C Cheilcy
T R Spencer.
Geo A Shortride
D VT White
Dr N Nelson
B K Bryan
John L Mathews
W K Davis
J C HendersoH
John B Lewis
I A M Hawkius
Wm M Kidd
I Jo;iah T Htnton
K C Spenc
A J l'ickerlon
John B Helms
Jln I F.lltt
lieerge U Foster
iJr l. t Unt miliars
Cl.a.les W Mills
1 nomas Coverdall
W F Kerclieval
W L Lcy
J B Hayden
Ii IT lirego V
wm It HoucK
M M Barren
DC F Clayton
T H Bate
Dr B F Washington
T U Thome
NEW COOK STOVES!!
Person wishing to buy stoves, should give
us a call, and examine our new patterns of
This stove possesses advantages over common
stoves, in thickness ot me pine, ana improve
ments in draft.
This stove was patented September, 1S52,
ind wherever thev nave been used, have given
general satisfaction. This stove weigh some
forty pounds more to the number than any other
stove ever brought to thi city. The places in
them are rrora one-halt to mrce-iouruis or an
inch in thickness. No. 1 weigh over 00
pounds. We warrant them all against fires.
These atoves have a Patent Hot Air Flue, which
carries the heat that I generated under Ihe tire
plate down the front part of the stove, between'
two thick rlute to the draft at the bottom of
the tove. C. W. BRYAN.
July 16, 1853-(d6m)